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tuned for details. >>> minnesota's having unusually cold weather. actually, scratch that. that's just another winter in minnesota. so this guy decided to havalities fun. he have a pitcher full of boiling water. he walks outside, and then he's going to make it snow. >> go. >> one, two, three. >> oh, man. that's crazy. it looks like the pitcher was full of snow. >> instantly that hot, boiling water crystallizes and becomes snow. >> wow. the best part was the cameraman had no shoes on. the guy says, yeah, yeah. hurry up. >> this other video also from minnesota, and these people decided to show us how cold it was in minnesota by freezing an egg. >> oh! >> they crack and egg on a cookie sheet. they set it outside, and according to them, 30 minutes later, this is what that egg looked like. >> oh, boy. >> wow. >> that fast. >> also from minnesota, a really cute video. this one comes from within our "right this minute" family. that dog you see there, his name is moose. >> ah! >> he belongs to our producer betsy's uncle. it's really cold. so to help him, they put little booties on him. [ laugh
. ♪ [cheers and appla[cheers and ap] my guest tonight is an outspoken punter for the minnesota vikings. if you're into a frank discussion of kicking things, don't touch that dial. please welcome chris kluwe. [cheers and applause] hay, mr. kluwe. welcome to the though. i'm thrilled to have you here. i'm a fan of sport. sport or sport ball. you play the football, do you not? >> i do play the football. >> stephen: it's got the points on the end. >> it's elongated stonchts stitches on the top. i love it when they play that game. [ laughter ] minnesota, you guys this past weekend played green bay. >> we did. >> stephen: what some have called the cholesterol bowl. >> the cheese bowl i believe is another name for it. >> stephen: lands of meatz and cheeses. you got your ludifus handed to you. >> i played well. when i play well that's a sign the team is not playing well. >> stephen: because your job is to give the ball away. >> i'm a professional surrenderer. they call on me and say chris go give to the ball to the other team but do it in a good way so we're not hurt to badly. >> stephen: surrender in
park to take on the 49ers next saturday. the season is over for minnesota. for what it may be worth, the packers played the 49ers here at lambeau week one and san francisco prevailed, 30-22. aaron rodgers tonight, 23 of 33, a touchdown. he's seldom intercepted. he was not picked off tonight. he threw for 274 yards. of those 23 completions, ten different receivers. charles woodson returned from a long stretch on the sidelines with an injury to contribute defensively. and those two, woodson and rodgers, are on the field with michele tafoya. >> michele: well, aaron, last week, you lost in minnesota. losing the bye week in the process. but how might this game act as a springboard for you guys as you head the rest of the way. >> i'm not sure. our defense played at a championship level, which you have to have in the postseason. offensively, we've got some stuff to work on. we doubled in the first half, beginning of the second half to make ate three-score game. but we've got to help the defense out more. close a team out. tough test next week, back in san francisco. we'll be excited about
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in rochester minnesota. a man in the psychiatric ward at saint mary's st. mary's hospital at mayo clinic is writing a letter to a 9-year-old toy. the man writes it on two small sheets of no paper and his big round legible hand with his trademark downhill slant and irreversibly damaged ernest hemingway of paranoids nightmare has found within himself that the end of his life that kindness and courage and momentary lucidity not to say literary grace to write 210 beautiful words to a kid he likes very much. whenever i begin to feel repulsion at hemingway's ego and boorish behavior toward other human beings ,-com,-com ma i like to take out a copy of this letter. 210 words with so much emotion tucked below the surface of the pros, of the sentences pile driven by contained feeling and acute observation of the natural world would have been a half decent output for a work day even in a masters prime. the boy, his name is frederick g. sager's although everyone including hemingway calls him for its, has a congenital heart condition. he is the son of george saviors, hemingway's small-town doctor can
. it will be a messy week. it started in the midwest, southern minnesota, rochester area. freezing rain reports, a lot of sleet. we had a lot of reports of thunder sleet and even thunder snow in areas of wisconsin. chicago had a lot of ice yesterday. and a couple hundred thousand people without power through the region. now everything is heading east, freezing rain throughout the mountainous areas of west virginia and virginia. across pittsburgh, we have freezing rain currently. and that mess is all heading across the state of pennsylvania into the northeast as we go throughout the day. it's critical, the temperatures. notice we're fine cleveland, detroit. chicago, you're fine, above freezing. this is the freezing line. snakes down just north of d.c. so anywhere from pennsylvania to new jersey to southern new england, you're the ones we're concerned with as this heads east. white is snow. pink is freezing rain and sleet. green is the rain. you notice you start with snow, then we go to freezing rain and sleet. then over to rain. the worst of it right now heading across pennsylvania. a good burst of sno
-55 victory. and minnesota, glenn robinson iii made a steal an a spectacular 360-degree jam. very nice. michigan over minnesota 84-75. >>> in the nba, milwaukee surged in the second half against phoenix. and the bucks beat the suns, 98-94, for the first win in phoenix in 26 years. >>> the nfl playoffs on sunday, atlanta hosts san francisco in the nfc championship game and the ravens are in new england for the afc title game. the winners will meet for the super bo in new orleans on february 3rd. >>> listen to this, organized crime infringing on the world's most popular sport? there are new reports out that 50 soccer leagues are being targeted by criminal gangs trying to fix matches. fifa, the governing body said in 2012 it was involved in dozens of investigations which reportedly accounts for billions in illegal betting. >>> just ahead, robert redford. and django unchained's big payday and the hovercraft. you' watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this friday morning. let me take you through your weekend forecast. and this is going to be the last little mild day before the agentic
in afghanistan seven months with the minnesota national guard. his family had no idea he was at the game. so here's his daughter, shooting pucks at him, and she has no idea -- his daddy -- >> he comes storming out of the goal. at first she looks scared and then, wait -- daddy? >> she was there with her mom and brother donavan and sister. they got a really big striz. >> notice on top of the net instead of gatorade, flowers back there. i think you know who those are going to as well. >> the minnesota hockey game. >> hockey's a pretty big deal in minnesota, at college level for sure, but this, even bigger. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >>> you may recognize this woman. this is tanya who became the face of gigantism. a condition known at acromegaly. she took her story to the media, and became a hero to others who suffer from her condition. i'm very sad to report that tanya passed away yesterday at the young age of 34. >> what exactly is gigantism, other than the obvious? she was very tall? what else vexed her? >> the story behind tanya. at the age of 21, tanya was an average, young woman. 5'8", we
to the cdc, crossing the line into epidemic territory. at this hospital in minnesota, so many patients are coming in with the flu, they're packing two to a room. but as the number of cases grow, we're finally seeing a glimmer of hope. >> we're seeing firsthand, in some of the southern states that got hit hardest and earliest, it's starting to come down. >> reporter: still, you may not want to put away the tissue boxes just yet. dr. richard besser says many of us are in it for the long haul. >> we don't know when this is going to end. this could be the worst flu year in a decade. >> reporter: what makes this year's flu season so bad, timing. the outbreak hit around thanksgiving this year. that's about a month earlier than normal. we're six weeks in and with six more to go, doctors say it's not too late to get that flu shot. a recently-released study ranks this year's vaccine as 62% effective, just moderate. more than 130 million vaccine doses have been distributed nationwide. but many people are having trouble finding them in their neighborhoods. >> we are being told we don't have any.
capacity magazines but attendance is up like in ones in minnesota. that amid talk of new gun bans coming out of washington. >> a lot of people the government is going to take strong action to limit possession and everybody wants to get their toys. >> they reported a 2.8 million background checks for would be gun bearings. 49% increase. some gun stores have trouble keeping shelves filled. >> sold 59 rifles in three days. >> more people are taking shooting instruction. >> we went from one class a month to three classes a month. >> it's privacy against the press. editors of a journal news have made public the names and addresses of everyone holding a gun permit in two counties north of new york city complete with a map. now a third county is refusing to hand over its list of permit holders and sticking to its guns. newspaper has hired armed guards in the wake after an angry backlash. >> it is a chilly and wet night in the city of san francisco. we saw rain through the evening and definitely umbrella weather. meteorologist leigh glaser shows us what the storm looks like on live doppler. >> s
am delighted to be here with you today. so many years ago i met -- dr. king and i went to minnesota and reverend amos was then pastoring in minnesota before the snow chased him to san francisco and knew dr. king and his father and had a class in moore house of seven students. dr. brown and members of the class and knew them before and before then and he brings a lean yaj of struggle to the table every time he speaks with tremendous morale authority and stroke couldn't stop him for fight wg great power. [applause] i want to thank mayor ed lee for convening the family. for all the times we think of leading from the front. often you lead from the center. you have the power to convene the family, to look at a family crisis and think it through, and it figure
and i went to minnesota and reverend amos was then pastoring in minnesota before the snow chased him to san francisco and knew dr. king and his father and had a class in moore house of seven students. dr. brown and members of the class and knew them before and before then and he brings a lean yaj of struggle to the table every time he speaks with tremendous morale authority and stroke couldn't stop him for fight wg great power. [applause] i want to thank mayor ed lee for convening the family. for all the times we think of leading from the front. often you lead from the center. you have the power to convene the family, to look at a family crisis and think it through, and it figure it out, and if we can get out of our own's self way we might find solutions to a problem that is multi-faceted. i want to thank pastor bryant here who is the spokesman in the state and reverend brown and used his zeal and intelligence, his will to fight. he is a preacher, pastor, teacher, musician and a san francisco giant fanatic. [applause] and to all of you here today this issue of violence is a com
in minnesota again today. it was 12 below zero when a minnesota snowplow driver found a snowmobiler who had been missing since saturday. he ran out of gas 20 miles from home. he's in the hospital, treated for hyperthermia. >> it was really tough. he looked severely frozen. >> reporter: vicious winds caused property damage. the gusts were so powerful, chunks of ice a foot thick blew off of lake winnebago. in washington, the dome looks damaged. as snow blows across the northeast, new england is bracing for up to a foot of snow. up to three feet fell on upstate new york. the plunging temperatures to fallow. larry jacobjacobs, abc news, new york. >>> it's time for the rest of the weather from across the nation. heavy snow around the great lakes. just a dusting in the dakotas. a foggy morning in the northwest. a record high in los angeles. cooling down along the gulf coast. >> highs around 60 for dallas and new orleans. 20s in the northeast. teens from detroit to indianapolis. below zero in fargo and the twin cities. 40s in the pacific northwest. and some 70s in phoenix and miami. hard not to be
minnesota, Áreas del grandes lagos 10 grados por debajo. >> que podemos esperar ahora. >> lo principal que tenemos es esta tensa ola de aire frÍo que estÁ ubicado en el norte este del paÍs y la noticia que seguirÁ son algunas de las temperaturas mÍnimas en horario de la maÑana, menos 38-39. en maine, temperaturas de menos 30 pero con el factor viento la sensaciÓn tÉrmica, en todos los lugares menos 40-47 es decir, el efecto que provoca el viento. dirigen las tormentas en la direcciÓn, si la corriente en chorro fuera, llegarÍa hasta miami que todo el mundo estÁ esperando frÍo tal vez hasta texas en donde las condiciones estÁn moderadas pero la noticia en los prÓximos 4-5 dÍas el pronÓstico de mÁs frÍo para todo el norte y noreste del paÍs por lo menos en los prÓximos 5-6 dÍas hasta el fin de semana, alertas de congelaciÓn estamos hablando de bajas sensaciones tÉrmicas lo que significa en muchas Áreas michigan, minnesota, parte norte de la posibilidad de congelaciÓn de miembros de quemaduras en la piel si se expone arcos aquÍ estÁn las sensaciones tÉrmicas sensaci
. >>> tenemos una tormenta de nieve y hielo, comienza jueves en la noche, cubre minnesota hasta pensilvania, mÁs al sur hielo. >>> en ciudades como nueva york, en donde la temperatura estÁ por defensor de los 20 grados las mÁs bajas en 4 aÑos, se habilitaron centros. la necesidad en este caso comienza con la propia recepcionista del centro. >>> lo prenden 15 o 20 minutos y lo apagan. >>> esta practica de usar la cocina como calefacciÓn causo este incendio, afortunadamente una madre y sus dos hijos escaparon. mientras en michigan, minnesota, algunas esciae las suspendieron clases o tuvieron que empezar las horas mÁs tardes para ayudar a los estudiantes a lidiar con el frÍo, colo en nueva york recibieron 3 mil llamadas quejÁndose que los caseros no le dan calefacciÓn. >>> lo llamamos, estamos pendientes que se le de seguimiento de emergencia. >>> un alivio no se espera sino hasta la prÓxima semana. abrigarse es el tema de conversaciÓn, el 40% del calor humano se pierde a travÉs de de la cabeza, es por eso que un gorro es el mejor aliado. en la ciudad de nueva york, blanca rosa vilchez.
tossed two touchdown passes including one to minnesota's kyle rudolph, named mvp. they beat the afc 62-35. maybe a preview of the super bowl. >> nfl players don't like the job roger goodell is doing. most players don't approve of goodell's job performance. they say he's too think with fines for violent hits. >>> in the nba, carmelo anthony tied a franchise record with nine three pointers against atlanta. in the closing seconds, he made a three-point play to give the knicks a 106-104 victory over the hawks. >> tiger woods will have a six shot lead in pga farmers open resuming today. over the years woods is a seven time winner at the torrey pines course in southern california. >> and bre >> just ahead actor burt reynolds spent the weekend in intensive care in florida hospital. plus when actors northern other actors at the screen actors guild. this is "early today" only on nbc. >>> welcome back to "early today." hope you had a wonderful weekend. the storm that plagued much of southern california and also arizona is beginning to move out. now it provides snow up towards colorado and the mo
warnings in minnesota, and minnesota, a high of 2 today, that's it. frigid air while the east coast will see a return to winter. >> thanks a lot, bill. oprah's 59th birthday was a little more thankful thanks to tyler perry. oprah said he sent her a flower arrangement so large she pulled her back trying to lift it. >>> patty andrews of the andrew sisters has died at the age of 94. remember that song. that trio was best known for that song "boogie woogie bugle boy of company b." >>> rihanna is back with chris brown. she said, quote, it's different now, we don't have those types of arguments now, end quote. >>> for the first time in 36 years, barbra streisand will be performing at the academy awards. no word on what streisand will be singing just yet. she'll be in good company with norah jones as well. >>> and lindsay lohan arrived in a black hummer for her probation hearing with a black plate sporting the tag "i'mtrying." everything is a character when it comes to this story. >> the discount rack -- >> exactly. >> maybe it seemed like he wanted publicity and he's getting it. >> los an
their sunday. from the treacherous roads in minnesota to difficult stops in springfield, illinois. in ames, iowa, it was a quarter inch of crunch. and the ice enveloped ranches and berries from iowa to southeast minnesota, where we find justin thompson gee. >> really weighing them down. we could see power outages don't. the ice will not let up until later tonight. >> reporter: do you hear that? that's sleet covering the ground in northern illinois. you couldn't see through the windows. prows were out in full force. at least 300 flights are canceled. and by tomorrow, so worthy of an instagram, will melt away. >> where is it headed now? >> just moving out of chicago, through parts of smiffing, into the mid atlantic. look at that ice, the purple color, north of it from new york to boston, not out of the woods. going to be snow. severe weather is our next big effect. look at the cold air behind that extreme warmth up in front. you have to be worried tuesday into wednesday from st. louis to d.c., down to montgomery, alabama. >>> when we come back on the shortened broadcast, the brand new surcha
. paul, minnesota. it's the state snow sculpting competition where three member teams are competing to transform a block of snow into a work of art. last year's competition was canceled because of warm weather and the lack of snow. but this year, that doesn't appear to be a problem. colder temperatures will make it easier to create artificial snow, if need be, and the competition ends at noon tomorrow. >> the winds should be in minnesota. it should be bone chilling cold. >> i've been there, it is cold. you had some good basketball today. >> maryland and georgetown. we still don't know where they are just yet, well, one did, that's for sure. they are still dangerous, even against the best teams in the country. serious final moments come down to a play made by a guy you probably have never heard of, even if you have gone to every georgetown game. maryland could have used that today. very little fight from the turtles in the final 15 minutes and the ravens finish up work here. about to head south soon. super bowl preview coming your way next. >>> now, here's dave owens at the wusa9
in the neutral zone. a great play by martin with a skate, up to kunitz. university of minnesota and ferris state frto the back of t net. good day for the penguins. they've done a nice job here today. the flyers played a great game here this afternoon. >> doc: after a slow start, they are rebounded well. the horn sounds. the pittsburgh penguins have won 8 of 12 regular season games here in philadelphia. marc-andre fleury, win 227. that is a franchise record for the penguins. final score in the game, penguins, 3, flyers, 1. tomorrow, don't miss the nml game of t -- nhl game of the week. the flyers go to buffalo the play the sabers. >>> coming up next except on the west coast, it's your local new. at 8:00, deception, then chicago fire and law & order. an all-new saturday night live with host jennifer lawrence at 11:30. jer rye the only goal for philadelphia. 3-1, pittsburgh, the final. >>> inauguration weekend is finally here f you've been around town today, you know. the roads and trains packed with people and organizers are very busy, too, making all the last-minute preparations before the big da
in bloomington, minnesota. this is a tourist attraction open for the winter months and as you can see it's quite stunning. it's made of real ice, it's beautifully lit and let me tell you how they do this. they organically harvest the ice. >> don't they just put a bunch of hoses up and grow this stuff? >> pretty much. they grow these icicles, they take great care of them and consistently run water over them. in fact they're consistently growing the ice castle even after the ice castle is built. they're expecting it to get up to 40 feet high. this is just a fun play land if you will for families to turn. there are caverns and tunnels and caves and arches. just a beautiful way to spend an evening if you happen to be in bloomington, minnesota. >> bring your jacket and gloves. >> don't stick your tongue on it. >> a lot of bands out there trying to land that elusive first record deal, like smithfield bargain. they're an l.a.-based band, sort of an indy folk trio and they're trying to get the first album out there on their own. here's how they're going to do it. >> are you down in the dumps? >> i'm dow
? >> the current acting director commutes from minnesota. he is the u.s. attorney from minnesota as well as acting director of the atf? >> jon: what? you are telling me this dude, the guy who is the acting director of atf has another full-time job that regulating alcohol and tobacco and firearms is his side gig? [ laughter ] just moonlighting, picking up a little extra dough. why? there's 7.8% unemployment in this country. we can find somebody to take that job whop doesn't have another job. >> the senate won't confirm anybody to the full-time job. >> jon: it's not a cabinet level position. who gives a (bleep). or a scowrt justice. why is it the senate's business to -- i'm told the senate has to confirm the atf director because congressman james sensor brenner inserted that provision into the patriot act in 2006. sorry i don't have footage on that. it's done on the -- i do have footage of him accepting the nra's coveted director of freedom award. coincidence? unrelated action. [ laughter ] but you know? they don't have a director. they have atf agents. in 1972, i went on in the 70s there was 2500 a
and for getting the shooter to stop. >> young man living in the state of minnesota actually was using a social security number. what was really interesting is doing further checking on his life he had the state date of birth as a boy who was missing back in 1994. the accused gunman was targeting two classmates he claims had been bullying him. he is now in custody. >>> a judge ruled there's enough evidence to hold james holmes on 66 counts of murder and tame presidented murde -- attempted murder. holmes is accused of opening re in aurora, colorado last july killing 12 people and injuring others. more problems for boeing dreamliner. a japanese airline while an engine oil leak was found on another jet. they will reportedly hold a press conference today to address electrical issues with the new 2011 plane. >>> president obama nominating jack lew to be the next secretary of the treasury. the president said it almost didn't happen when he saw what would be the new signature on the dollar of the wallet. i considered rescinding my offer to appoint him. jack assures me he is going to work to make at le
, working harder, longer and making less money. why isn't congress? i'll ask minnesota congressman rick nolan, what's changed in washington since his last term in the house? >>> and lance armstrong opens up about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. psychologist jeff gardere joins me to discuss, what is this guy all about and his admission? listen to my radio show on sirius radio noon to 3:00 pm monday through friday. share your thoughts with us on facebook and twitter. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." republicans wrap up their retreat today. unless they want to downsize into a further regional party, they had better pay close attention to this very new poll that's out. only 26% of americans have a positive opinion of the gop. 49% have a negative view. by comparison, 44% have a positive view of the democratic party. 52% have a positive view of the president of the united states. it should be a wake-up call to the republican party. four years ago, house republicans were at this very same retreat, planning their obstruction of president obama's agenda on every single issue. this poll
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